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The enclosed Paper without signature, was a few days since put into my hands—As the information is not such as can be acted upon in a military way, I have thought it adviseable to transmit the same to your Excellency that any use you should think proper might be made of it. I have the honor to be. N.B. Information respecting John Smith said to have come to Morris Town for the purpose of...
Ringwood [ New Jersey ] January 27, 1781 . Informs Livingston that the mutiny has been completely suppressed. Df , in writing of H, George Washington Papers, Library of Congress.
I yesterday recd your favr of the 3d Inst. I thank your Excellency for your attention to mine on the subject of Officers who have violated their paroles—and on the prospect of a scarcity of Flour. I have little doubt but that the farmers will thresh out part of their Grain earlier than usual, when influenced by a few virtuous individuals in each district. It hath been our constant practice...
I have been honored with your Excellencys Letter of the 20th of Decr enclosing the Act for More effectually preventing Ilicit Trade &c.—and also with your favor of the 5th Inst. covering the Act for recruiting the Regts of New Jersey. When the present urgent business is dispatched, I shall attend to the several Matters containd in them. in the Mean time I have the honor to be DLC : Papers of...
Middlebrook [ New Jersey ] April 28, 1779 . Discusses British troop movements in New Jersey. Df , in writing of H, George Washington Papers, Library of Congress.
On receiving information, by a representative from the Inhabitants of Monmouth County, of the Cruel Murder of Captain Joshua Huddy of the Jersey State Troops by a party of Refugees from New York—I immediately informed the British Commander in Cheif, that unless he delivered up the perpretaters of that horrid deed I should be reduced to the disagreeable necessity of Retaliating. In answer to my...
I sincerely regret that any circumstances should render it necessary for you to make use of Mr Parson’s house instead of Perseppeny. If you think a guard would give you security in your own dwelling, I shall be happy to furnish you with one, and am Dr Sir &. Df , in James McHenry’s writing, DLC:GW ; Varick transcript , DLC:GW . GW wrote this word. GW is replying to Livingston’s letter to him...
A writ having been served upon an Officer of the Maryland line by one Dickinson for impressing a small quantity of Forage by order of Lieut. Colo. Adams, he drew up the inclosed state, to shew me the necessity which he was under of having recourse to that method of procuring the Forage and the offers which he afterwards made to satisfy the owner. I confess it is extremely difficult to draw a...
Middlebrook [ New Jersey ] December 21, 1778 . Reports arrest of John Smith Hatfield on charge of treason. Df , in writing of H, George Washington Papers, Library of Congress.
I have strong reasons to suspect a Mr Banksson late a captain of Marines in our service, of being in the employ of the enemy as a spy. His family lives at Princetown. We have nothing against him that amounts to proof, and to seize him at present would answer no end; but to put it out of our power to detect and punish him. It were to be wished Your Excellency without discovering our Suspicions...